Minnesota House lawmakers voted to approve funding for the Rural Finance Authority last week. This year’s bill is asking for $50 million. Every two years, the RFA typically gets $20 to $30 million. The RFA provides state guarantees for local lender ag loans. RFA funds are more immediate this year, because of the tough harvest and budget strains. The Senate could consider the legislation as soon as Monday.
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